The Center for the Environment is an interdisciplinary research center at Purdue's Discovery Park. The Center's mission is to facilitate and promote interdisciplinary, problem-driven research, teaching, and outreach focused on important environmental challenges. By bringing together faculty from the environmental sciences, engineering, policy, and economics, the center creates synergies that will lead to innovative solutions for monitoring, modeling and management. The Center also serves as a focal point for engaging stakeholders in the environmental science, regulatory, and management communities and will provide administrative support to this effort.
More than 130 Purdue faculty and staff from nine colleges and schools are involved in the Center's activities. The Center's leadership is comprised of an Director, an Associate Director, an Internal Advisory Council, and an Executive Advisory Committee. The Center works very closely with other centers in Discovery Park, like the Energy Center, Cyber Center, and Bindley Biosciences.
About the Center for the Environment
The mission of the Center for the Environment is to facilitate and promote proactive, problem-driven research, learning, and outreach at Purdue focused on improving our understanding of complex environmental systems, environmental stewardship and sustainability, and addressing important environmental challenges.
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Center for the Environment
MANN Hall, Room 105
203 S. Martin Jischke Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907
- Phone: 765.494.5146
- Fax: 765.496.9322